Shelby Calvillo interned at Tu Nidito, which Molly Mahoney also discussed in Episode 3. Shelby talks about what she learned about interviewing and networking in her internship, as well as her current job for the Pima County Health Department in helping stop the spread of disease, such as the food-borne outbreaks happening at Chipotle or through the transmission of West Nile virus from mosquitoes. And we also talk more about a love we both share: public health!
Alan and his six year-old son discuss Christmas and wish you a Happy Holiday Season.
Daniel Marin interned with the Secret Service in Tucson, Arizona. In this interview Daniel explains how he was able to obtain the internship, some of the “crazy stuff” he has been a part of (in fact some was so crazy we had to edit it out!) and valuable lessons learned from one of the most recognizable law enforcement agencies in the world.
Jason Wright interned at St. Vrain Valley School District in Colorado with the Security and Emergency Management Department. In this interview he explains how he was able to gain valuable experience in different law enforcement agencies, such as the local police department and SWAT team, as well as learn FBI threat assessment techniques. Jason also explains how networking has been crucial for him and his success.
Renee Schafer-Horton shares what she has learned as a journalist, academic advisor and as an internship coordinator to help students crush their internship. She also provides websites and other resources to help students find their internship. Renee has received numerous awards both as a journalist and as an academic advisor.